Like always if you’re scrambling to file you tax today before time runs out, U.S. Postal Service website provide local post offices locator for you to check if they will be open late on April 15. Once your on the website, under quick tools, click the location and enter your zip code on the pop up box.
The website page https://www.usps.com/taxes/ which is dedicated for taxes is actually down, but it says "We've even extended hours on Tax Day at some Post Office locations to make things easier for you. Use our PO Locator tool to see which locations will be..."
If not, the District’s Office of Tax and Revenue in your are is extending its hours through 6 p.m. But if you plan on mailing in your taxes minutes before midnight today Monday, you might want to reconsider your plans, since not all post offices are staying open late on Tax Day this year.
Historically post offices extended their hours on Tax Day, USPS is undergoing cost cutting even planning to shutdown it's mailing services. The USPS has been grappling with a budget shortfall and plans to close up to 3,700 post offices, according to NPR.
In Washington area, the National Capitol Post Office (Massachusetts Ave. NE) will be open until 7 p.m. according to WPost. In Maryland, Columbia’s CPU Cradlerock location (6810 Cradlerock Way) will be open until 8 p.m. The Merrifield Post Office (8409 Lee Highway) in Virginia will be open until 8 p.m. New York's main post office should be open until 10 p.m. as usual.
In Los Angeles California, three postal centers will be staying open until midnight to collect tax mail: These are: Los Angeles main office: 7001 S. Central Ave., Santa Ana: 3101 W. Sunflower Ave., Santa Clarita: 28201 Franklin Parkway according to LA Times. No extended hours at downtown post office in St Louis, but postal officials say customers can use the downtown post office at 1720 Market St. until 8 p.m. on Monday.
Many people still use the old school post office to file their tax returns at the last minute. Vehicle accidents spike 6 percent on tax day, according to a study by the University of Toronto, perhaps you should consider filing taxes online. You have until midnight on today, April 15, to navigate tax software like Turbo Tax.